Network Space has appointed Caddick Construction to deliver the £9.5m Phase Two of its Tunstall Arrow warehouse scheme after securing planning approval in the summer. The five units ranging from 13,000 sq ft to 30,000 sq ft be ready for occupation in autumn this year.
The scheme is part of the Tunstall Arrow site, a 28-acre former colliery site adjoining the A527 (James Brindley Way) in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. The scheme is close to the A500, with access to Junction 16 of the M6 motorway.
It is one of the six sites in the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone along the A500 corridor.
Simon Peters, Development Director at Network Space, said: “Logistics and industrial demand continues to be extremely strong across the North West.”